11 Feb Bring about more happiness with these 10 positive attitudes
by Marcia Sirota via the Huffington Post
For people who want to be successful in life, there isn't always a clear road map. There are many coaches, writers and experts vying for your attention, each one with their own set of directions that you're supposed to follow in order to achieve happiness and success.
There are so many conflicting voices telling you which way to go that it can be extremely confusing for the average person. You never know when you're about to take a wrong turn, or get trapped in a pothole.
Rather than lay out the path you ought to take in order to achieve optimal success, I wanted to make the process a lot simpler for you.
I'm going to identify ten attitudes that will maximize the possibility of success in any aspect of your life, be it romance, career, finances, creativity or wellness. By adopting these attitudes, you'll be well on your way to achieving your goals.
Here are the 10 attitudes that will bring you closer to the happiness and success you desire.
1: Positive self-regard
Compassion toward yourself makes it possible for you to face your mistakes, failures and shortcomings with acceptance, enabling you to see where you went wrong and to implement corrective measures. When you forgive yourself instead of beating yourself up, you're empowered to enact positive change in your life.
2: Dedication and devotion
When you're willing to put in the hard work, over a period of time, you're much more likely to be rewarded with great results. The more you invest your love, energy and efforts into your relationship, career, creative projects or well-being, the more you'll see the pay-off over time.
3: Altruism and sharing
When you give of yourself you feel good, and when you feel good, you have more energy with which to be creative and productive. When you share your energy and ideas with others, you create positive connections, and a community of like-minded individuals is formed where everyone helps each-other out, gives support in difficult times, and participates in the other person's success…
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